Liza McDonough is an Environmental (Earth) Science graduate who specializes in air quality. She has completed her honours project on isotopic ratios of carbon in cave air to determine the role of caves as greenhouse gas sources or sinks. Her research won her the 2014 Lorant Eotvos Prize for the best performance in coursework component of Stage 4 Geology (Honours) at the University of NSW. Since graduating she has been working with the company on numerous projects with a diverse range of clients, from the EPA and RMS, to AGL. She is actively involved in writing scientific papers and enjoys the challenge of bringing scientific information into the public arena.